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Amazing fue from spain: cure or scam?


#1

check this out:

http://www.injertocapilar.com/


#2

» check this out:
»
» http://www.injertocapilar.com/
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» http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZx7eEIodjM&feature=related

Well, the surgeon did a nice job. I’ll say that. Unfortunately for me, my donor

hair sucks so I could never dream of such a result with the existing technology.


#3

» check this out:
»
» http://www.injertocapilar.com/
»
» http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZx7eEIodjM&feature=related

baldbaby,

that is good fue work, but man no transplant can be considered a “cure”. You are moving hair from one part of the head to the other, and there will be at least some transecetion, so in the aggregate there will be a little less hair in totality on the scalp than there was before the operation.

For a time, I held out hope that body hair might be able to help the scalp some, but the results haven’t been all that great. Some men have seen some benefit, but many have not. Usually by the time a man resorts to body hair, he is in dire straights up there. Its “filler” at best and not a real “hair multiplication”…

Some of us watch and wait for a real “HM” meaning more head hair up on your head than what you had before because its the only non-gene-therapy method of getting more hair up there in reality. I still think that someday cultivated dermal papilla cells mixed with other cells might be able to work (grown outside the body and reimplanted later), but Follica’s method of wounding the skin and manipulating epidermal stem cells to form new hair follicles (especaially back in the donor area) is about the closest thing to a cure in my opinion on the present horizon.


#4

» For a time, I held out hope that body hair might be able to help the
» scalp some, but the results haven’t been all that great. Some men have seen
» some benefit, but many have not. Usually by the time a man resorts to body
» hair, he is in dire straights up there. Its “filler” at best and not a real
» “hair multiplication”…

I agree.

» I still think that someday
» cultivated dermal papilla cells mixed with other cells might be able to
» work (grown outside the body and reimplanted later)

ICX & Farjo have been experimenting with this idea.

, but Follica’s method
» of wounding the skin and manipulating epidermal stem cells to form new hair
» follicles (especaially back in the donor area) is about the closest thing
» to a cure in my opinion on the present horizon.

I can really see this working in the donor area as well but don’t understand how the new hairs that will grow in the balding areas will not fall out as the original hairs once did.
Doctors & members of other hair loss forums have suggested that Follica’s procedure is capable of causing cancer.Given what Follica are doing, I wouldn’t be surprised if cancer put an end to this “cure.”
We will just have to wait and see what happens.